B.J. and C.C. make Major League history

B.J. and C.C. make Major League history

KANSAS CITY -- B.J. Upton's double Friday night gave him 60 extra-base hits for the season. As a result, the Rays are the first team in Major League history to have two players reach 60 extra-base hits and 40 steals in the same season.

Carl Crawford's 60th extra-base hit came when he homered off Baltimore's Brad Bergesen on Tuesday. It was the second season in which Crawford has reached that mark, making him on the fifth player to do it twice, joining Rickey Henderson, Ty Cobb, Tris Speaker and George Sisler.

Upton has 42 stolen bases and Crawford has 46.